10 Best Men's Board Shorts
List Updated June 2023
Bestselling Men's Board Shorts in 2023
Rip Curl Men's All Time Boardshorts Light Blue 38
O'Neill Men's Santa Cruz Striped Boardshorts, Bobcats Deal Troy Orange, Size 32
- 100% polyester
- Tie closure
- Machine wash
- Relaxed-fit striped boardshort featuring comfort fly with tie closure and logo at left hem
- Quick-dry fabric
Mens Ultra Quick Dry Surfing Heroes Fashion Board Shorts Medium 33-34
- ULTRA QUICK DRYING - SULANG Men's Board Shorts are made with our CORE X Polyester Fabric, which is brushed, feels different but has excellent ability of repelling splash and discharging the moisture three times faster than other fabrics
- VIBRANT DESIGN - Unique and Fashionable patterns on the swim trunks make you the most stylish one around the beach; Comfortable for various sports and beach activities, including beach volleyball, soccer, swimming, surfing, water park sliding, offshore fishing, running, cycling, etc
- LIGHTWEIGHT & DURABLE - The fabrication of the swimwear achieves the optimal balance between thickness and durability, offering extra comfort and ventilation, while tear-resistant for long-term frequent usage
- DETAILS - NO MESH LINING; The bathing suits featuring optimal coverage & great mobility by 21 inches outseam (At the knees), slim fit by comfortable elastic waist with drawstring, and convenient storage by two side seam mesh pockets & one velcro back pocket with drainage
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Nonwe Men's Swimwear Lightweight Board Shorts with Lining Black 38
- With mesh lining
- Elastic waistband,adjustable Straps
- Two side velcro pockets
- Quick dry,breathable and lightweight
- Suitable for beach activities
O'Neill Men's Hyperfreak S-seam Quick Dry Stretch Boardshort, heather grey, 34
- 21 inch
- 140 percent hyper freak stretch
- Hyper dry durable water resistance
- Super S side seams, side zip pocket
- Anti-rash stretch hyper thread
Quiksilver Men's Everyday Kaimana Boardshort, Navy Blazer, 36
- Dry flight water repellent hydrophobic coating
- Neo fly
O'Neill Men's Loaded Quick Dry Stretch Hybrid Boardshort, Heather Fog, 32
- 21 inch
- 140 percent hyper freak stretch
- Hyper dry DWR
- Zipper fly and front hand pocket zippers
- Internal waistband draw cord
Hurley Men's One and Only 22 Inch Boardshort, Neon Green/Hurley, 32
- Solid boardshort featuring fixed waistband with drawstring and logoed cargo pocket
- Patented EZ fly closure
tormenter Mens Billfish Bone Boardshorts 34 Gray
- 100% Polyester Shorts
- 2 Pockets
- Extremely Comfortable Lightweight Shorts
- Quick Drying
- Casual Shorts
Nonwe Men's Tropical Stripe Beach Shorts Swim Trunks with Mesh Lining Orange 42
- Mesh lining
- Waistband can not stretch and fixed front for comfort and adjustability
- Side pocket with small hole for water drainage and small item storage
- Quick dry,breathable,soft and lightweight
- Suitable for any circumstance, when walking, running, in the beach or at home, etc beach pants men shorts
The Problem with Spring and Summer - Or, Why Fat Guys Don't Wear Shorts
While most people, especially those who live in Chicago and the Midwest, look forward to spring and summer, I do not. Here's why.
Confession time. I am a big guy. Some would say fat. I am larger than most, OK? So, warm weather to me is very uncomfortable. I turn from a big fat guy into a big fat sweaty guy in the warmer months. This is never a good thing. Then there's the fact I never, ever, under any circumstances wear shorts.
I haven't worn shorts since they made me wear them during gym class in high school. Even then I never wore them outside of school. My entire family took a vacation to Hawaii and there are pictures of me in a Hawaiian shirt and jeans. See, I hate my legs. I am a fat person and so that means I generally think I have hideous fat legs. I don't like looking at them, so I figure no one else in their right mind would want to look at them either so I keep them covered. I consider this my act of public service.
How many times have you been out somewhere and you see a man or woman wearing something that barely covers them and rather than admiring their body you notice the huge rolls of fat. You make fun of those people, right? You wonder if they have a mirror and if they have ever noticed that they do NOT have the body for that clothing. Well, I want to prove to the world I DO have a mirror and I KNOW that no one wants to see my legs so I do not, under any circumstances, wear shorts. Don't even get me started on my feet and my dislike of sandals.
I see some guys, like movie director Kevin Smith (Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma), wearing these pseudo shorts that sort of come down to mid-calf so that the bottoms are just a couple of inches above the tops of their shoes. I guess these are shorts, at least in their minds. I have news for Mr. Smith and others who wear these. These are not shorts, these are pants that aren't long enough. Stop wearing them now please and just put on some pants.
I also am not a fan of thunderstorms and tornadoes and we get a lot of those in the Midwest. I hate them. I despise thunderstorms, but we have discussed this in a previous blog entry so I won't get into it again right now. But I LOVE snow. I got a Jeep a few years ago and driving in snow is so much fun when you have a 4-wheel drive.
You see, we live in cities these days. Therefore the whole off-roading, driving in the wilderness, through mud thing is beyond me. The closest I get is driving through the huge snowdrifts. I love it when I get on a narrow street with snow piled on either side and a car comes down the street the other way. With my 4-wheel drive I can plow trough that snowdrift on the side of the road with no problem and it's a lot of fun.
I like wearing baggy, long-sleeved shirts. The more of my body that's covered the better everyone is and the more comfortable I feel. I love wearing my really awesome White Sox winter coat with the leather sleeves that looks sort of like a high school letterman's jacket. I can't wear that during the warmer summer months.
I have a friend, the same nut who is also a hockey lover, who hates winter and loves summer. He lives in St. Louis. I lived there for three years. In August the average temperature there is just below that of the surface of the sun. The humidity is like a living thing with a very wet sweaty body that you run into. He actually would go outside and play roller-hockey in full goalie gear in weather like that. He said it "invigorated" him. You see why I think his opinions may be coming from one who is insane.
To me there is nothing better than walking outside on a winter morning when the snow it white and the sky is an amazing crystal blue. The skies are so much bluer in the winter. The sun seems so much brighter. In the summer, when the air gets humid and stagnant the sky turns a kind of dirty yellowish color. This is the time of year when, instead of lounging outside, I just run from one air conditioned place to another and wish I could crawl inside my fridge and live there. The air conditioning has already been on in my house so far since about March. If it never got above 75 degrees that would be fantastic for me.
So, I am the one guy in Chicago who gets mad when the weather guy talks with glee about the temp getting up over 80. I hate it. I want it to stay down around 50 or 60. I could do without the wind and rain that is pelting us right now, but the temperature is fine with me, thank you very much. I am the one guy in Chicago who gets happy when the temperature dips into the 30s and there's a snowstorm predicted. I don't even mind that it gets dark earlier. These days the damn kids are outside my house screaming until after nine o'clock. During the winter I can walk my dog in peace and quiet when I get home.
There's nothing better, in my opinion, than going for a walk during a snow storm. Not an all out, wind-blown, stinging blizzard snow, but one where big giant flakes are falling from the sky in large bunches. I go out and walk because there is this wonderful sound-deadening effect the snow creates. Most people stay indoors at that time and that means it's like having the entire city to myself. There's the occasional whisper from cars or a snow plow from the busy roads, but otherwise it is quiet and beautiful. Then the next morning the entire city is covered in a white, pure blanket. I go outside and the cold air wakes me up, snaps me awake and invigorates me. It's better than a shot of espresso.
So, if you're looking for me this summer, I'll be curled up in my fridge. Now if I can get the fridge down into my basement so I can feel safe from the thunderstorms, I'd really be set.